Five years ago, Santa Cruz debunked every skeptic's fear about the long-term durability of carbon fiber bicycle frames. Now they are doing the same for wheels. Santa Cruz Reserve wheels are built on the highest quality carbon rims on the market. Their confidence in the design and strength of the wheels is backed up by a lifetime warranty, just like Santa Cruz frames.
Chris King Boost Centerlock front hubs are designed as precision mountain tools. We use one-piece axles to provide a stiff hub with rail accurate steering. To thwart mud, water, and contaminants as you power through rough trails, Boost Centerlock hubs have heavy-duty bearing seals and snaprings, that provide superior protection with ultra-low drag. Our bearings, available in steel and ceramic, have heat-treated, surgical-grade steel races that are machined simultaneously to ensure perfectly matched inner and outer races. The quality and speed of our bearings are what sets us apart from the competition and they are what you will feel and notice on every single ride. As Chris King bearings break-in they get faster with age. All our hubs and bearings are fully serviceable for years upon years of demanding use.?? Engineered, manufactured, and assembled in Portland, Oregon USA King Lifetime Warranty Wide flange placement Fits 110x15mm Boost Legendary made-in-house bearings Easily serviceable with a T10 Torx and pick or pen knife Completely re-buildable with our ISO Hub Service Tool Ceramic bearing upgrade available Available in 24, 28, and 32 hole spoke count HUB SPECIFICATIONS Axle Width: 110mm Flange Diameter DS & NDS: 57.4mm Center to Flange DS: 35.5mm Center to Flange NDS: 27.5mm
Reliability meets simplicity—running smoothly day-in and day-out. The 350 hub was developed according to the credo: Reliability meets simplicity. The simultaneous engagement of the ratchets and the resulting large engagement area provide reliability. The plugged construction allows easy maintenance without the need for tools. Adaptation to different axle standards or modification of the engagement angle is also possible with just a few manual steps.
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